American rapper, 50 Cent, known in real life as Curtis Jackson, has sold his mansion and is set to donate the money to charity.
50 Cent sold his 50,000 square foot pad with a whopping 21 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms for $3 million.
A source close to the rapper told TMZ every penny from the sale would be donated to 50 Cent's G-Unity Foundation.
50 Cent has been trying to sell the massive property for years which he bought way back in 2007 for $18.5 million.
The 50 Cent foundation is a project that provides grants to non-profit organizations that focus on improving the quality of life for low-income and under-served communities across America.
The baller pad palace has 9 kitchens, outdoor infinity pool and grotto, indoor pool, helicopter pad, casino, nightclub, basketball courts and a pond.
Many people have heaped praise on 50 Cent over the move with many claiming that he has put the money into good use.
50 Cent was recently in the news after he commented on the arrest and jailing of Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine.
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50 Cent on many occasions referred to 6ix9ine as his son while 6ix9ine also often refer to 50 Cent as his father
After 6ix9ine's arrest, however, 50 Cent appeared to renounce him in an Instagram post. "My son got picked up, I told him don’t call me s**t," he wrote.
"The Fed’s on you fool, call ya momma don’t put the FBI on my phone. Positive vibes only," he added.
Back in June, 50 Cent shared a photo of himself with 6ix9ine and wrote in the caption: "Your not gonna believe this but l dated a Mexican girl back in the day.
"l took a blood test and just found out 69’s my son, no wonder he acts like that," 50 Cent revealed
Last month, 6ix9ine shared a video of himself with 50 Cent and called him "Pops" in the accompanying post.
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